Milwaukee, WI's metalcore act MISERY SIGNALS have parted ways with vocalist Jesse Zaraska. Zaraska was a founding member of the band since 2002 and had done vocals on both the group's debut EP and acclaimed full-length, "Of Malice and the Magnum Heart".
The band will be holding auditions for a new vocalist. Interested parties are invited to download a track that the band placed on their MySpace.com page without vocals for the song "In Summary Of What I Am" and add their own vocals and e-mail the track back to the band at [email protected]
Zaraska's new project SLEEPING GIRL, which features former members of COMPROMISE (Zaraska's band before MISERY SIGNALS), can be checked out at www.myspace.com/sleepinggirl. Jesse says, "Musically it is something quite different. Lyrically, it picks up right where I left off in MISERY SIGNALS."
"Of Malice and the Magnum Heart" was released in summer 2004 and non-stop touring, including dates with THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, BLEEDING THROUGH, ZAO, EIGHTEEN VISIONS, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, SIX FEET UNDER, MADBALL and many more. The band have written new material and plan to record a new album, to be released later this year on Ferret Recordings.
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